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j 2B The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, April 10, 1990 e Penny Ellingsen and Jennifer Kashola participated in a Student Exchange at Oak Hill High School April 1 through the third. They attended two days of class in order to share ideas about how different schools operate and what class offerings are in other schools. Penny and Jennifer are both sen- iors. They represent Greenbrier West Student Council, Charlene Green sponsor. The GWHS English Department is planning a field trip to Alteghany High School at Covington. Engfish teachers have invited the top 46 English students of the school to at- tend a performance by the national Shakespeare Company from new York City. The performance of "Hamlet" will be April 19. Clifford Burdette and Charlene Green, Eng- . lish teachers,, raised money to fi- nance the bus transportation by sell- ing Senior Signature Shirts. Sandra Cales, a senior at GWHS, is the Greenbrier County , winner of the Young. Writers Con- test. Her winning composition, '1 Am Love (An Allegory)" will be entered , in state-wide competition. The con- test is sponsored by the Greenbrier County Reading Council. Charlene Green is Sandra's English teacher. Four Greenbrier West students have been selected to represent West in West Virginia Institute of Technology's annual English Bowl. Penny Ellingsen, Cindy Tuckwiller, Roy Helmick, and Terry Gwinn make up this year's te~m, The com- petition is scheduled for April 26 Questions in the Bowl will be taken from the various disciplines in Eng- lish. The winning high scho9l will re- ceive a two-semester schola;ship to West Virginia Institute of Technol- ogy. The team is coached by the GWHS English Department -- CI]ar- lene Green, chairperson. Penny Ellingsen, Senior Class president; Chad Harris, Junior Class president: and Destiny Rhodes, Sophomore Class president wilt at- tend Josten's Student Leadership Resource Seminar at Capital High School, April 4. The purpose of the seminar is to motivate student lead- ers and to help them develop skills which will be useful in their schools, communities and adult lives. Stu- dent Council sponsor, Charlene Green, will accompany the students. GWHS Student Council is selling cookbooks made up of recipe favor-' ites of West students and teachers. The business classes of Martha McClung and Susan Hutsenpiller published the books. Brian Osborne, Fill one of our painted baskets with FREE Easter grass, then shop our SMORGASBOARD of basket fillers... GREAT GIFTS FOR ALL AGES, CHOCOLATE ROSES AND TULIPS Create the perfect Easter Basket at the EASTER BASKET BUFFET SELECTIONS INC. 62 West Main in White Sulphur Springs senior, submitted the winning design layout for the illustrations in the cookbook. Student Council awarded Brian $5 for his design, and Mrs Green, Student Council sponsor, thanked other student typists and designers by treating them to cake made from a recipe in the book. Cookbooks will be on sale soon for $3 English and Speech students at GWHS are preparing for the school's Open House, Monday eve- ning, April 23. Roy Helmick, Roger Cook, Penny Ellingsen, Lisa Hunter, Kathryn Burkholder, and Sandra Cales, all members of Charlene Green's English 12-A class, will present readings from Shakespeare's "Macbeth." Penny Ellingsen, Cynthia Tuckwiller, Roy Helmick, and Terry Gwinn will par- ticipate in an English Bowl demon- stration. Members of West's Speech Class will be on hand to present a video they produced, "Learning, Growing, Becoming." The video gives an overview of the school and focuses on its exchange student from Japan, Makiko Nakahira. Mrs Green will present information about the Advanced Placement Program to interested parents and students. Green Bank Concert Set A school and library benefit con- cert has been scheduled at the Green Bank School Friday April 27. This triple-star concert, featuring Larry Groce of West Virginia Public Radio's "Mountain Stage," recording artist Buddy Griffin, and old-timey banjo player Dwight Diller, starts at 7 p.m. The three artists will perform singly and together for a great eve- ning of music. Tickets are now on sale at DMC in Durbin, Trent's in Arbovale, Green Hills Grocery in Green Bank, Dunmore Country Mart, AJAD's in Marlinton, from Elaine Ditler in Hillsboro, or by con- tacting Betsy Moyers in Arbovale at 456-4916. ]"his benefit concert is sponsored by the Seneca Woodlands Women's Club, with proceeds to go toward purchase of playground equipment at the Green Bank School and Li- brary. During the intermissions, there will be food, as well as tapes by the artists, for sale. 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Just Stock/TS701 Good Dealsl e Grade 2 ' Sonny Jack Hylton Jennifer McGrew Melissa Martin "A" LaDona Legg Sherri Wolford Ryan Painter Amy Rider 3ustin Burgess Michael Pham "B" Mike Vandall Jeanette Callis Kenny Baglin Nathan Green "B" Jeff Bennett "B" Amber Hellems Kelly Allen Kara Booth Garrick Burdette Lucretia O'Del~ Molly Bennett Amanda Butler Teresa-Dee Davis Autumn Buckland Haley Durham Anita Greer "B" Brandon Burdette Sandy Gibson Kristi Groves Pat Allen Mandi Durham Andy Golden April Hol/iday Chris Avis Kelly Eagle Eric Golden Angle Osborne Jenny Bowyer Nancy Kirk Maxx Gwinn Ann Rogers Becky Donahoe Courtney Lively April House Chris Sline Paul Gwinn Marshall McClung Andy Manspile Eli Walkup Stephanie McCoy Tara McQuain Joey Nettles Stephanie Walkup Jamie Nutter Jason Meadows Jared Osborne Clayton Yeargo Billy Osborne Matthew Osborne Melanie Osborne Justin Ripley Melanie Smith Jessica Patterson Grade 6 Abby Rider Tully Stull Amber Phipps "A" Tina Robbins Casey Whitlow Chris Rudd Jason Buckland Krissy Yoakum Krista Willis Candace Trout Jenna Dolan Grade 3 Grade 4 "A .... A" Grade 5 Harry Crookshanks Ashley Gwinn "A" Michael Herndon Maclyn McCall Amy Farren Amie Alley Robbie Julia I Nicole Or Greenbrier Reading Council Has Party For Young Writers The Greenbrier County Reading Council held a Pizza Party March 29 for the Young Writers Contest Win- ners of Greenbrier County. The stu- dents, parents and teachers attend- ing were treated to pizza and a drink before the ceremony began. Jeanne Livesay, chairperson for the event, introduced Steve Bald- win, Greenbrier County School Superintendent, before making the presentation of trophies. Each grade winner received a Young Writers tro- phy and a certificate. Each division winner received a traveling plaque which stays in the winner's school until the next year's contest with the 1990 winner's school name plate engraved. All of the winners were ccngratu- lated by the officials. Those ~vinners representing Greenbrier County in Charleston April 26 were given good wishes for success. Winners include: Kindergarten, "A Surprise" by Scartett Anderson, Frankford, Sandra Nutter, teacher. Grade 1, "The Friendly Giant" by Adam Long, Frankford, Ruth War- ren, teacher. Grade 2, "The Giant Fly" by Adam Harris, Smoot, Juanita Tho- mas, teacher. Grade 3, "When It was Hallow- een" by Heather Zickafoose, Rupert, Ellen Morgan, teacher. Grade 4, "Cathy's Fabulous Ad- venture" by Shelly Boone AIderson, Bonnie Lightner, teacher. Grade 5, "All in a Day's Work" by Trey Cooke, Frankford, Betty Sel- domridge, teacher. Grade 6, "The Red Diary" by Christine Smith, Rainelle, Ron Green, teacher. Grade 7, "The Fifth mark" by Justin Painter, Rainelle Junior High, Barbara Bays, teacher. Grade 8, "The Dreamer" by Ross Bolen, Lewisburg Junbr High, Jean Cockrell, teacher. Grade 9, "Taking ~e Plunge" by Lipara Erb, Lewisburg Junior High, Escape to the mountains... Experience ~ature... ... EzpeOL LOW COST The Old [artint n (304) 799-6377 MARL[NTON - Reduced Rates - Biking and Canoe Rentals Available Barbara Hayes, teacher. Grade 10, "A Major Victory" by Cammie Jackson, Greenbrier East, Larry Smead, teacher. Grade 11, "The Three Little Red- necks" by Britton Shaver, Greenbrier East, Barbara Scofield, teacher. Grade 12, "1 Am Love" (An Alle- gory) by Sandra Cales, Greenbrier West, Charlene Green, teacher. Greenbrier West High School and Westvaco Corporation, through the Partners in Education program, will sponsor a public speaking con- test to celebrate the twentieth anni- versary of Earth Day. High School students of all classes are encour- aged to prepare a three to five min- ute talk on the subject, The Use and Conservation of Natural Resources. Any environmental issue may be addressed providing that a theme of conflict between the use and con- servation of a natural resource can be developed. Greenbrier West fac- ulty and Westvaco personnel will assist students in identifying sub- jects, researching the data, and or- ganizing their presentations. Stu- dents will receive training in suc- cessful public speaking techniques. The young man and young woman who give the best presentations, and their chaperon, will be awarded a tour of Westvaco's facilities in South Carolina, including a visit with Scott Wallinger, vice president of Westvaco, and a dinner in Char- leston, South Carolina. Multi-Media Show At Greenbrier West Greenbrier West High School Student Council is sponsoring a "multi-media" presentation for the student body April 30. The presenta- tion, "Desire," conveys the message that an unselfish desire is our best hope for a better world. The film fea- tures scenes from current motion pictures. Future Business Leaders of America, Library Club, Bible Club, National Honor Society, Greenbrier West/Westvaco Partnership, and the Cavalier Service Club are spon- sors of the program. Funeral Home Pre-Planning saves you grief--and money, too! 445-2911 Bonita Patterson, ,1 Greenbrier West to attend the held at West March 2 through 4. She was chosen academic school as well as on her college Bonita is the daU Robert and Loretta Grassy Meadows. At the conference pants were to choose the right lect the right career apply for financial! Ronceverte Students Over 75 students brier Junior High erte traveled to tour Concord teacher Deborah jot~r ence teacher along with ten the group to acquaint ous facets of higher what they can do to lege. Associate Debbie Stutler and tor of Admissions also Concord's coach, directed the visited the fine arts book store indoor center, and'dormitorieS 1 tour included "hands'n=t ,, students to allowing and microfiche equiprn_ ,e"- Ms Stutler, Mr Beasley, president o~t='; spoke to the studentS,, i Concord and prepar in planning for college. was also discussed. At noon the the college one hour of free time could re-visit sectionS! Ms Johnson corn dents on a number ments she received college personnel behavior of the groUP. "Your New Connection To Better Lig Nil VADL Rt. 2, 1 Mile North Of Covington Sales M-F 8 AM 1o 6 PM - Sat. 9AM 1o 4PM Service M.F 8AM 1o 5 PM - Sat. 8AM 1o 4 PM 962-7853 R Working To Make Your Life A Litl 456